Samsung’s Won Tae-in has apologised repeatedly to Doosan’s Jang Seung-hyun, who was hit in a dangerous area by his pitch.
Jang Seung-hyun, who almost suffered a serious injury, tried to reassure the apologetic junior by gesturing that he was fine.
The Samsung Lions escaped a two-game losing streak with a 6-4 victory over Doosan at Jamsil Baseball Stadium on the 9th.
Jang Seung-hyun’s dizzying dune shot came in the bottom of the third inning when the teams were tied 0-0.
Won Tae-hyun and Jang Seung-hyun were facing each other with the bases loaded, and on a 1B 2S count, Won’s 146km fastball went towards the body and unexpectedly hit the back of Jang’s left hand.
It didn’t look good. After being hit, Jang Seung-hyun remained on the ground in pain.
There was a moment of silence on the field. Fearing a serious injury, an ambulance was waiting in the outfield. The training coach and the head coach of both teams came onto the field to check on him.
After lying down for a while, Jang Seung-hyun screamed in pain. After being helped to his feet, Jang Seung-hyun appeared to express his intention to continue playing without being replaced.
Won Tae-in walked up to Jang Seung-hyun’s side and apologised for his condition. Jang Seung-hyun was still in pain, but he raised his hand to the apologising junior and said he was fine.
Luckily, the injury wasn’t serious. Jang Seung-hyun walked out to first base, and Won Tae-in took off his hat once again to greet him at first base.
In response, Jang Seung-hyun raised his left hand to acknowledge the greeting, and the situation seemed to end.
With the bases loaded and one out, Lee Yoo-chan struck out and Jung Soo-bin grounded out to end the inning.메이저사이트
After pitching, Won turned to Jang Seung-hyun, who was thrown out at second base, and apologised once again by removing his hat to greet him.
After receiving the junior’s apology, Jang Seung-hyun, a senior, tried to reassure Won Tae-in, who was worried about him.
Despite their different uniforms, the two players showed their concern and care for each other.